Date: October 14, 2020

Time: 12 - 1pm PT

Overview

E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) and Ceres invite you to a virtual panel discussion to learn about the exciting development of Nevada’s new Clean Cars rulemaking.

In June, Governor Sisolak announced the Clean Cars Nevada initiative, which will accelerate the deployment of cleaner cars on Nevada’s roads. As part of this initiative, the state began a process to adopt the low emission vehicle (LEV) standard and zero emission vehicle (ZEV) program. Adoption of these standards will help the state reduce transportation emissions, generate fuel cost savings for Nevada businesses and residents, improve air quality, and strengthen the state economy.

Learn about the latest electric vehicle market developments and how policy like the rule-making will benefit the larger business community.

Speakers:
Jeffrey Kinder
Chief, Bureau of Air Pollution Control
Nevada Division of Environmental Protection

Chris Nevers
Director, Environmental Engineering & Policy
Rivian

Katherine Stainken
Policy Director
Plug-in America

Moderator:
Susan Nedell
Mountain West Advocate
E2 – Environmental Entrepreneurs

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